The historic McDougall Lodge provides a cozy backwoods environment with first class fishing. The lodge is a place where you and your friends can kick back and relax after a day of fishing on Lake Creek. All guests have access to wireless internet, pool table and fly tying station. McDougall Lodge offers 2 big screen televisions with satellite service. Each guest can take advantage of our third story observatory. This is a perfect place for reading your favorite book or viewing our epic surroundings. On a clear day, the observatory is a great place to view Mt. McKinley.
Come enjoy a hearty Alaskan meal in our new dining hall. It’s a great place to share the day’s events with fellow anglers.
Cozy Backwoods Environment
McDougall Lodge offers private rooms within the lodge, or you can stay in one of our 5 guest cabins. All cabins have a riverfront view of the Yentna River. All accommodations are comfortable and cozy. We offer brand new mattresses and warm linens for your comfort.
After a long, satisfying day on the river, nothing refreshes you more than a hot and relaxing shower. Located near the guest cabins in the bathhouse. Four large bathrooms are equipped with sink and shower – along with hot and cold running water and electricity (which is generated by the lodge’s own power plant). Fresh towels and supplies are replenished daily for your use.
Lake Creek starts at the base of Mt. McKinley and runs 65 miles to the Yentna River. It is a clear, gravel-bottom river where all species of Pacific Salmon flock to spawn each year. Our lodge sits approximately 1.5 miles from the mouth of Lake Creek.
Your private Alaskan fishing guide will customize your trip to suit your individual style. Jet sleds allow us to fish the lower 8 miles of Lake Creek as well as various other clear-water tributaries of the Yentna River